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Second series of lectures on 'Doing Business with China'
May '09
China's outstanding performance in the economic development over the past fifteen years makes it a very tempting model for the rest of Asia to emulate. As recently as 1991, China and India stood at similar levels of economic development.

Today, the Chinese standards of living is over twice that of India's with China's GDP per capita hitting US$ 1700 in 2005 versus a little over US$ 700 in India. This amazing growth story of China has generated a lot of interest amongst the policy makers, business leaders, academia etc

To get a better understanding of China, FICCI is organizing the second of its series of lectures by eminent speakers on “Doing Business with China”.

As a part of this series, a lecture by Mr. Aloysius Wee, Head of Regional Practice Group on Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 11.30 a.m. at FICCI Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi on Doing Business with China. His lecture will provide an Expert's insight on the following:

• Understanding the Chinese Business Culture;
• Guidelines for doing business in China;
• Guanxi (Relationship);
• North China and South China differences; and
• Contract Negotiations

Mr. Aloysius Wee is a Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple with more than 15 years of experience and his areas of practice include cross-border transactions, mergers & acquisitions, international commercial transactions and international property transactions. He is also the Founding Director of CENTRAL CHAMBER LAW CORPORATION and Singapore Law Consultant for the Beijing Dacheng Law Firm, the first Singapore-China Joint Venture Law Firm in Singapore.

Mr. Wee is a trainer at the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce lecturing on China laws and doing business in China. He is also a regular speaker on legal and business aspects on China from many regional and international events. He has worked with some of the leading Fortunes 500 companies in setting up their businesses and advising them on their operations in China. A brief profile of Mr. Wee is attached, for your kind reference.

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry

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